Book Review – Sao Paulo: A Graphic Biography/Uma Biografia Gráfica.

Author: Felipe Correa (Texas University Press, 2018) Clocking in at roughly 12.2 million people, the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo is... Read More

Event: Transformative Architecture, Oct. 16

Transformative Architecture Date: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16 Time: 6:30 P.M. Location: ROBSON SQUARE THEATRE, VANCOUVER Admission: Free... Read More

Book Review: Small Cities, Big Issues – Reconceiving Community in a Neoliberal Era

Edited by Christopher Walmsley and Terry Kading (Athabasca University Press, 2018)  In this collection, we reveal the broader forms of... Read More

Event: Shaping Vancouver 2019: What’s the Use of Heritage?, Oct. 9

Shaping Vancouver 2019: What’s the Use of Heritage When: Wed, Oct. 9, 2019 | 7-9 p.m. Where: Djavad Mowafaghian World Art... Read More

Event: CoV Free Public Art Walking Tours, September 27, 28 & 29

Join us and celebrate the 10th annual Culture Days! The City of Vancouver Public Art program is offering 10 walking tours in 4 areas... Read More

Book Review: Suburban Remix – Creating The Next Generation of Urban Places

Editors: Jason Beske and David Dixon (Island Press, 2018) According to the 2017 American Housing Survey, the majority of Americans... Read More

Developing a Community: The History of Grandview

By Guest Author Jak King For scores of generations, the wooded hills of Grandview were prime hunting and trapping land for First... Read More

Book Review: Design Process in Architecture – From Concept to Completion

Author: Geoffrey Makstutis (Laurence King Publishing, 2018)  This book will be particularly useful for those who are considering – or... Read More

Vancouver’s Housing Crisis: A Collaborative Opportunity for Planners and Architects

The time is now. Architects and landscape architects need to be active participants in urban planning and land-use decision-making... Read More

Book Review – Growth: From Microorganisms to Megacities

Author: Vaclav Smil (MIT Press, 2019) There are few terms as pervasive in discussions about contemporary cities than “growth”. It... Read More